9/11 Collection
Created:   6/14/2011
Contains:  44 items
In commemoration of the ten-year anniversary, JOEM is offering free access to all published articles relating to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

Health Conditions as Mediators of the Association Between World Trade Center Exposure and Health-Related Quality of Life in Firefighters and EMS Workers

Yip, Jennifer; Zeig-Owens, Rachel; Hall, Charles B.; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 58(2):200-206, February 2016.

Systemic Inflammation Associated With World Trade Center Dust Exposures and Airway Abnormalities in the Local Community

Kazeros, Angeliki; Zhang, Enhan; Cheng, Xin; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 57(6):610-616, June 2015.

Longitudinal Spirometry Among Patients in a Treatment Program for Community Members With World Trade Center–Related Illness

Liu, Mengling; Qian, Meng; Cheng, Qinyi; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 54(10):1208-1213, October 2012.

Unique Features of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in World Trade Center Responders With Aerodigestive Disorders

Sunderram, Jag; Udasin, Iris; Kelly-McNeil, Kathie; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 53(9):975-980, September 2011.

Lung Pathologic Findings in a Local Residential and Working Community Exposed to World Trade Center Dust, Gas, and Fumes

Caplan-Shaw, Caralee E.; Yee, Herman; Rogers, Linda; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 53(9):981-991, September 2011.

Pulmonary Function in a Cohort of New York City Police Department Emergency Responders Since the 2001 World Trade Center Disaster

Kleinman, Eli J.; Cucco, Robert A.; Martinez, Charles; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 53(6):618-626, June 2011.

Respiratory Symptoms Were Associated With Lower Spirometry Results During the First Examination of WTC Responders

Udasin, Iris; Schechter, Clyde; Crowley, Laura; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 53(1):49-54, January 2011.

The Business of Healing: Focus Group Discussions of Readjustment to the Post-9/11 Work Environment Among Employees of Affected Agencies.

North, Carol S.; Pfefferbaum, Betty; Hong, Barry A.; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 52(7):713-718, July 2010.

No Evidence of Increased Prevalence of Premature Coronary Artery Disease in New York City Police Officers as Predicted by Coronary Artery Calcium Scoring.

Wanahita, Nikolas; Lin See, Jia; Giedd, Kenneth N.; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 52(6):661-665, June 2010.

Multiple Myeloma in World Trade Center Responders: A Case Series

Moline, Jacqueline M.; Herbert, Robin; Crowley, Laura; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 51(8):896-902, August 2009.

Authors’ Response

Moline, Jacqueline M.; Herbert, Robin; Crowley, Laura; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 51(12):1357-1358, December 2009.

Characteristics of a Residential and Working Community With Diverse Exposure to World Trade Center Dust, Gas, and Fumes

Reibman, Joan; Liu, Mengling; Cheng, Qinyi; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 51(5):534-541, May 2009.

Health Care and Social Issues of Immigrant Rescue and Recovery Workers at the World Trade Center Site

de la Hoz, Rafael E.; Hill, Scottie; Chasan, Rachel; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 50(12):1329-1334, December 2008.

Reflux Symptoms and Disorders and Pulmonary Disease in Former World Trade Center Rescue and Recovery Workers and Volunteers

de la Hoz, Rafael E.; Christie, Jennifer; Teamer, Jelani A.; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 50(12):1351-1354, December 2008.

Organizational Factors and Office Workers' Health After the World Trade Center Terrorist Attacks: Long-Term Physical Symptoms, Psychological Distress, and Work Productivity

Osinubi, Omowunmi Y. O.; Gandhi, Sampada K.; Ohman-Strickland, Pamela; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 50(2):112-125, February 2008.

The World Trade Center Clean Up and Recovery Worker Cohort Study: Respiratory Health Amongst Cleanup Workers Approximately 20 Months After Initial Exposure at the Disaster Site

Tao, Xuguang (Grant); Massa, Jennifer; Ashwell, Leslie; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 49(10):1063-1072, October 2007.

Surveillance of Workers Responding Under the National Response Plan

Mitchell, Clifford S.; Gochfeld, Michael; Shubert, Jan; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 49(8):922-927, August 2007.

Evolution of Lower Respiratory Symptoms in New York Police Officers After 9/11: A Prospective Longitudinal Study

Buyantseva, Larisa V.; Tulchinsky, Mark; Kapalka, George M.; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 49(3):310-317, March 2007.

Rethinking First Response: Effects of the Clean Up and Recovery Effort on Workers at the World Trade Center Disaster Site

Johnson, Sara B.; Langlieb, Alan M.; Teret, Stephen P.; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 47(4):386-391, April 2005.

Self-Reported Mental Health Among US Military Personnel Prior and Subsequent to the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001

Smith, Tyler C.; Smith, Besa; Corbeil, Thomas E.; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 46(8):775-782, August 2004.

Unexplained Symptoms After Terrorism and War: An Expert Consensus Statement

Clauw, Daniel J.; Engel, Charles C. Jr.,; Aronowitz, Robert; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 45(10):1040-1048, October 2003.